Definition of distiller in English:

distiller

Syllabification: dis·till·er
Pronunciation: /disˈtilər
 
/

noun

A person or company that manufactures liquor: barrels that the master distiller deems to be of superior quality
More example sentences
  • Often, representatives from distilleries, including master distillers, make the rounds and are available to meet with staff.
  • What makes grappa unique and one of the worlds great spirits is the incredible aromatics that dedicated master distillers can extract.
  • By the mid-1700s, Parliament passed laws eliminating small gin makers, leaving production to big distillers.

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